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Family Subtree Diagram : Pickles, Alice+Moses Briggs

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Lived in Bingley from 1851 till at least 1891
1853 Rosanna Briggs 1854 Harriet Briggs Remained single (as most of her sisters) and lived in Bingley till at least 1891 1856 Caroline Briggs 1858 Mark Briggs 1860 Abigail Briggs Abigail married in Q3/1886, Keighley district. 1800 Thomas Briggs Living in Prospect Hopuse, Bingley in 1851 with large family.  Probable brother, William Briggs and wife Christiana and family living in same house (possibly a workhouse with several families). 1801 - 1871 Abigail Bradshaw 70 70 Living in Prospect House, Bingley in 1851 with large family.  Probable brother-in-law, William Briggs and wife Christiana and family living in same house (possibly a workhouse with several families). 1844 Mary Briggs 1846 Martha Briggs 1864 Mary Briggs Remained single (as most of her sisters) and lived in Bingley till at least 1891 1868 Alice Briggs Remained single (as most of her sisters) and lived in Bingley till at least 1891 1870 William H Briggs 1876 Emma Briggs Remained single (as most of her sisters) and lived in Bingley till at least 1891 1823 Christiana Briggs 1832 William Briggs 1837 Nancy Briggs 1839 Thomas Briggs 1841 Sarah Ann Briggs 1858 - 1932 Mary Ann Mara Briggs 74 74 Known as Maria (in 1881) when she (now married) was living with her father in Shipley. 1826 - 1898 William Henry Briggs 72 72 1828 - 1898 Ann Harman 70 70 Daughter of James, a Paper Maker.

Born at Barford Millhouse, an English listed historic building, but actually (probably) Surrey.  She is the only child shown NOT to be born in Bucks on the 1841 census.
1855 Arthur George Briggs Arthur George in 1861 & 1871 1860 Joseph Thomas Briggs 1891 with wife Mary Ann & 4 children in Heaton. 1865 James Harman Briggs 1891 at Idle with wife Elizabeth & son "Harmann Clay" 1867 Albert Ayers Briggs 1891 with parents "living on their means". poss wife Isabella 22 & dau Olivia? 3m.
prob m Isabella UTTLEY Dec 1889
1850 - 1888 Frederick Henry Briggs 38 38 1852 - 1890 William John Briggs 38 38 poss father of William described as "Orphan" with grandparents in 1891 and with Tom Pickles in 1901. poss wife Eliza d same quarter. 1870 - 1871 Jesse Briggs 1 1 1797 - >1851 James Harman 54 54 The Harman family were well to do farmers James’s father William [1771} was from  a family of 13. The Harman name is common in the High Wycombe area.

When daughter Ann was born, James Harman was working as  the foreman or manager at Barford Upper number 122 before in Wycombe and returned there 

Ann’s mother died in 1838 and there was one more child John Harman 12 November 1836 who died in 1839. James married Ann Dean in 1838  on the 5th June  they had one child John Samuel Harman 1842 -191
1798 - 1838 Ann Simmonds 40 40 Ann's father was Francis Simmonds, a Wheelright, from Oakley Green, Berkshire.  I can find no marriage for her, so perhaps she was a widow before she married James.

Francis was still alive in 1841, 75, a Blacksmith at Park Lane, Tilehurst, Berks.
1825 Joseph Harman Joseph was as a Rag Merchant in Speen in 1851 before he moved to Dorset. 1826 George Harman 1833 Mary Harman 1835 Caroline Harman Caroline married William (Cobb or Keen) in 1865 1842 - 1914 John Samuel Harman 72 72 John (aged 9) was with both parents at Wooburn, Wycombe, Bucks in 1851.

John Married twice.  First to Asenath Stockley in Dorset Q2/1863 (banns in 1862) and after she died in 1882, he married Mary McCarthy the following year.
1831 James Harman 1783 William Briggs 1793 Hannah M Briggs 1829 John A Briggs 1827 - 1907 Moses Briggs 80 80 Lived in Bingley from 1851 till at least 1891 1887 William Briggs 1836 - 1839 John Harman 3 3 1803 - >1851 Ann Dean 48 48 Ann's father was John Dean, mother Mary.
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